Definición de intrusive en inglés:

intrusive

Silabificación: in·tru·sive
Pronunciación: /inˈtro͞osiv
 
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adjetivo

  • 1Causing disruption or annoyance through being unwelcome or uninvited: that was an intrusive question tourist attractions that are environmentally intrusive
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • But the most intrusive questions come on departure.
    • Her tone's informal, friendly and modest, even when she's fending off unwanted or intrusive questions - of which there prove to be several.
    • With each intrusive question, I became more stoic and stiff.
    Sinónimos
    intruding, invasive, obtrusive, unwelcome, pushy; meddlesome, prying, impertinent, interfering
    informal nosy, snoopy
  • 2 Phonetics (Of a sound) pronounced between words or syllables to facilitate pronunciation, such as an r in saw a movie, which occurs in the speech of some eastern New Englanders and metropolitan New Yorkers.
  • 3 Geology Of, relating to, or formed by intrusion.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Variably serpentinized Devonian mafic and ultramafic intrusive rocks occur in the western and northern parts of the map area.
    • The early Permian rifting in the North Atlantic involved siliciclastic sedimentation in extensional basins and widespread extrusive and intrusive magmatic activity.
    • In addition, a number of intrusive centres, lava flows and dykes crop out in the NW corner of the island (close to Cap St. Andre).

Derivativos

intrusively

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The result is ham-handed unrolling of the backstory and awkward dialogue that intrusively narrates when it might better have shut the hell up.
  • I've wondered why pop-up ads and new larger sized, intrusively placed ads are so annoying.
  • Many local houses will be overshadowed by buildings which are intrusively near and over-sized for the neighbourhood.

intrusiveness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Allegedly to reduce the incidence and intrusiveness of such searches, the government is pressing forward with plans to do background checks on travelers, again without regard to suspicion.
  • The intrusiveness of electronic surveillance, its great potential for abuse, and its infringement on traditional expectations of privacy all distinguished it from old-fashioned eavesdropping.
  • But that hardly eliminates the need for reform, in reducing the severity of sentences and the intrusiveness of drug law enforcement, and shifting to more selective, targeted enforcement.

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